South of Fifth, Miami’s Trendiest New Restaurant and Top Property for Sale

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What is the top new restaurant that has recently opened in your market?

Forte Dei Marmi is the newest and trendiest hot spot located in South of Fifth. Serving Italian fare in a posh setting on Ocean Drive, this restaurant is helmed by two Michelin-starred chef Antonio Mellino and his son. It features classic, handmade Italian dishes, as well as an all-Italian wine list. The finishing touch is the FDM Arts Club, a private space offering members a uniquely designed and exquisitely furnished environment located directly above the restaurant. Here, guests can explore and share intimately curated cultural offerings and sophisticated epicurean experiences.

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If money was not an issue, what is the best property on the market for sale?

The best property on the market is most certainly the Continuum South Beach, North Tower Unit #1801. The residence offers a captivating bird’s eye view of South Beach high above the coveted SOFI neighborhood. With 3,500 square feet., three bedrooms, and three-and-a-half bathrooms, this corner unit provides panoramic sunrise and sunset views, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and world famous South Pointe Pier. The residence boasts a private elevator directly from the owner’s lobby to the door, plus true 10-foot floor-to-ceilings in every room. The Continuum property is a serene oasis and is the largest oceanfront property in South of Fifth with 13 acres, three swimming pools, and three tennis courts. Owners enjoy a 20,000 square foot fitness center and spa, as well as two onsite restaurants. The property is walking distance to many of Miami Beach’s finest restaurants, galleries, parks, and wellness venues. This property is exclusively represented by Jeff Miller of Brown Harris Stevens.

Jeff Miller is the exclusive agent representing the South of Fifth, Miami Beach, real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.

Images courtesy of Jeff Miller

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